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Douglas County: Making Energy Work for Rural Oregon

Posted by Renee Magyar on February 24, 2016

The fifth in our series of six energy workshops. April 7, 2016 in Douglas County, Oregon.

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You are invited to help Douglas County create its own energy future.

This workshop is part of a series of six energy workshops taking place across Oregon that is designed to help rural communities identify energy savings and energy generation opportunities, and invest in local energy programs and projects.

Workshops are co-hosted by Sustainable Northwest, Lake County Resources Initiative, and Wallowa Resources. The Douglas County workshop is being developed in collaboration with Douglas County Smart Energy. The Douglas County Smart Energy group consists of the United Community Action Network, NeighborWorks Umpqua, Douglas Electric Cooperative, Avista Utilities, Energy Trust of Oregon, and Pacific Power. Participants will learn about successful projects using energy efficient technologies and solar, and will help identify what type of opportunities are available to help Douglas County move forward in meeting its energy independence goals.

Who attends the workshops?

Douglas County community leaders, county and city officials, business leaders and those interested in helping Douglas County pursue an economically vital, energy independent future. 

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Location: Douglas County Library, 1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd., Ford Community Room, Roseburg, Oregon

Format:  

9 am – 3:30 pm 

  • Coffee, City of Roseburg & Douglas County Smart Energy Welcome

  • Inspirations from Lake County
  • Douglas County Energy Successes
  • Community Energy Efficiency Opportunities
  • Lunch & Explore - table topics with speaker hosted discussions
  • Community Solar
  • Next steps
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

$10 Registration includes lunch

For more information about the workshop, or to request assistance with registration, please contact Lee Rahr at Sustainable Northwest: (503) 221-6911 x105; lrahr@sustainablenorthwest.org

Lodging information:

There are multiple lodging options in the Douglas County area including the Holiday Inn Express and The Windmill Inn.

This workshop is brought to you by:

            

      

       

Thank you to our Sponsors: